Kogi at The Alibi Room
Korean BBQ reigns at this asymmetrical Culver City night spot, now home to the popular eats once available only on Kogi Food Trucks. Alibi Room is a small bar occupying an oddly shaped space on Washington Blvd. The Kogi menu available is Korean and Mexican fusion with such options as the three taco combo, which comes with a choice of short rib, bbq chicken, spicy pork, or tofu, sweet-chili chicken quesadilla, and Korean spiced fries. Draft beers include Stone IPA and Mama's Little Yella Pils, with even more microbrew options in bottles in cans. Cocktails range from pisco sour to fresh berry caipirinha.
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From Food & Wine , DEC 2009
His blackjack quesadilla mixes grilled, marinated pork belly, Jack cheese and a potent roasted garlic–jalapeño sauce. Choi personally served...MORE
From Food & Wine , AUG 2009
When Kogi’s truck first Tweeted its stops last November, no one had heard of Korean short rib tacos. Now hundreds of people line up for them, and for...MORE
From the From the May 2008 Food & Wine Go List
<p>Too new to review as of April 2008.</p><p>Since he began making deluxe ramen soup and glazed pork buns at <strong>Momofuku Noodle Bar</strong> in 2004, <a href="/bestnewchefs/?year=2006&chef=B27E2668-721D-43E4-950D7895694244F7">David Chang (an F&W Best New Chef 2006)</a> has been one of New York’s most influential cooks. At his 14-seat Ko, he’s preparing more innovative Asian-American dishes, like diver scallops with nori puree and fried apple pie with toasted miso. And he’s doing it without waiters, or a telephone: Chef de cuisine Peter Serpico passes food directly to guests, who book their reservations online at <a href="http://www.momofuku.com" class="external">momofuku.com</a>.</p>